The Moody Blues Justin Hayward interview: ‘I’d have done X Factor’

Digital Spy

After a few years of R&B-flavoured hits, including a storming version of ‘Go Now’ belted out by Denny Laine, The Moody Blues shook things up a little.

Exit Laine, enter Justin Hayward and a classical rock revolution, capped by his 1967 single ‘Nights in White Satin’ and its parent album Days of Future Passed.

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Published by Mayer Nissim

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